You Are Enough
“I would like to tell a story I often tell clients at some point in their therapy to help them better understand the journey we are undertaking.
The intention of the story is to provide a frame for reference for helping them discover their deepest and most Divine Self.
Here is the story…
We all come into the world with needs that can only be met by other people. To the extent those needs are met we develop a healthy sense of ourselves and a whole host of useful ideas about how we fit into the world and how we fit into relationships with others.
To the extent those needs are not met our ideas about ourselves, the world and relationships tend to be much less useful.
Regardless of how well these requisite biological longings are met these ideas about ourselves, the world and relationships form a blueprint that provides the structure for the unfolding of our life.
You could say that these blueprints are destiny. You could also say that if you want to alter the experience and direction of your life you must let go of those ideas that have outlived their usefulness.
There is one such idea that appears in the blueprints of almost everybody I have ever met. That is the idea: "I am not enough." In some way, some form, sometimes blatant and sometimes more hidden we all share this belief in some form.
And even though I share my own unique form of "not enoughness" I want to proclaim loud and clear: It simply is not true…
Deep within us all we are precious sparks of light. Deep within us all is the peace, power, love, wisdom, creativity and joy of our most true Self. Deep within us all is a beautiful essence that transcends human understanding.
May you come to know who you really are. May you find the precious spark of divinity you most truly are. And may you allow any idea to the contrary to be released. Namaste’
With the light of love,
Jim Kremmel/Finding the Spark
“The light of God surrounds me; The love of God enfolds me; The power of God protects me; The presence of God watches over me. Wherever I am, God is!” – James Dillet Freeman